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What causes neuropathy? Testing

Trying to treat the symptoms of neuropathy without first identifying what is causing the neuropathy makes successful outcomes more challenging.  Sometimes simply correcting the cause of the neuropathy is all the treatment that is needed. Some of the causes of neuropathy are relatively easy to take care of.  So you must aggressively try to determine what is causing your neuropathy!  Checking the levels of B-vitamins in your blood is essential. Monitoring you average blood sugar over time is important.  Evaluating the function of your thyroid as well are checking for markers of inflammation are required for a comprehensive assessment of a person suffering from neuropathy. Hair analysis and drug side effects screening often provide helpful information to guide treatment.

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